1Password is my go-to password application for all of my iOS devices as well as the Mac. Since the introduction of iOS 5, Agile has discontinued support for its bookmarklet code that allows users to launch 1Password's search functionality from the browser. Agile's long-term plan is to improve the application internal browser. There are obviously more than a few issues with that solution, including cookies, session state, browser favorites, and the lack of ability to set any browser besides Safari as default.
Here is the code to paste in the URL section of the bookmark:
This will certainly be helpful for me. How about you?
The excitement and tension is mounting leading up to Super Bowl XLVI. Here's to the G-Men who took their fans on a spectacular roller coaster ride right to Pro Football's ultimate prize.
Bring it home G-Men! Go Giants!
I just had a conversation today with a fellow co-worker who mentioned that the Good Enterprise application, is now available for all employees in the organization. From what I understand, this solution allows employees to use their own iOS and/or Android devices to access corporate email and calendar functions. It also seems to be a less expensive solution than the current deployment of Blackberry devices which obviously include phone and data service which is subsidized by the company. With a Good solution, the company subsidizes the cost of the Good Enterprise license/service while data and voice is via your own personal carrier and plan. With this type of cost savings, I envision more and more businesses taking this route to reduce expenses. I look forward to ditching my corporate Blackberry (a Torch), and going full-time with my iOS device.
Stay tuned for my experiences.
To be totally honest, I have been a black iPhone kind-of-guy since getting my first iPhone 3g. I prefer black on my iDevices (my wife has a white iPad 2), but I finally succumed to the white phone craze (well not totally). To satisfy my "white" craze I went ahead and ordered a white full body skin for my iPhone 4s from The Lucky Labs. Unfortunately when the package arrived this evening, it only contained the back skin (pictured below). One quick call to customer service rectified the situation as the front piece will be shipped out tommorrow. While it's a little disappointing, it is good to see that The Lucky Labs customer service was quick to resolve the issue and make good on their mistake.
I think I am really going to like the full body skin as opposed to the white iPhone proper for the contrasting white-on-black look. The black outline and home button give the phone (IMHO) a nice, classy look.
Update: While on vacation, I came across a Ghost Armor booth in a Ft. Lauderdale mall. Being the impatient chap that I am, I decided to purchase the front white carbon stickers that The Lucky Labs did not originally ship. I applied the Ghost Armor stickers and have completed the front and back look that I originally wanted. When I returned from vacation, the Lucky Labs stickers came in the mail. Now I have a spare set of stickers. Oh well.
As an avid tech fan I look forward to sharing my tech experiences both personally and professionally with those that have similar interests and passion for technology.